VBS Geek of the Week - Shelby Egender

Last week I announced that I had found two ladies in Oklahoma worthy of the highly sought after crown of Geek of the Week. VBS Geeks are those rare (actually in the world of VBS they are not so rare) people who eat, sleep, and breath VBS not for just one week of the year, but basically on a daily basis. They are the people who can literally tire someone else out by talking VBS non-stop. This week's Geek is just such a person. In fact, the only way she could get her daughter to agree to attend ... Continue Reading

VBS Geek of the Week—Shelia Thomas

We interrupt this usual "Foto Friday" blog post to bring you a special edition of "VBS Geek of the Week." Two "geeks" in one week? Man, VBS fans are awesome! Let me introduce you to Shelia Thomas. Not only is she a VBS Director par excellence, she's also a brand new mother-in-law since her daughter got married last weekend! Congratulations, Shelia, to you and your family! We asked Shelia to answer a few questions about what makes her a true "VBS geek." Here's what she said… 1.  What is your ... Continue Reading

Geek of the Week—Kathy Martin

Meet my friend, Kathy Martin. She's one of the "geekiest" VBS geeks that I know and serves at Higher Ground Baptist Church in Kingsport, Tennessee. Kathy didn't tell you below, but she's also an excellent writer and has written preschool VBS curriculum for several years. Thanks, Kathy for sharing with us! How do you serve in VBS?  Over 30 years ago, I served when my children were preschoolers. The next year I was asked to be the director. Now I serve full-time as Director of Children’s Ministry ... Continue Reading

VBS Geek of the Week

Wow! I know it's Friday and we've decided to mix things up on you a bit here. Keith is really busy trying to get some fabulous products ready for VBS 2013 and move offices. In an effort to chill him out (I mean help him out) a little, I am doing a Friday edition of VBS Geek of the Week. This week's Geek of the Week was discovered at our Nashville Previews in January. Angelia Stewart works as a 3rd and 4th grade Team Member for the Tennessee River Baptist Association. So without further adieu, ... Continue Reading